Masters football review – week ten
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Masters football review – week ten

Raiders dropped their first points of the season, while there was an eight-goal thriller in Division Two, writes Jeremy Silverstone

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

Raiders maintained their unbeaten start in Division One, while the Division Two leaders dropped their first points of the season.

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DIVISION ONE:
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North London Raiders maintained their unbeaten run, but surrendered their 100 percent record as two goals from Jonny Blain earned them a point in a 2-2 draw with Lions A, for whom Saul Conway and Daniel Stanton netted.

Brady A seized the opportunity to move level on points with Chigwell in third spot as they beat Scrabble 4-2, thanks to two goals from Graeme Grossman, a header from Daniel Wolfson and a penalty from James Temple. Steven Moss scored both goals for Scrabble.

DIVISION TWO:
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The top two shared the points and eight goals as EHRS drew 4-4 with St John’s Wood Tigers. Marc Morris, Ian Leader, Dean Schulberg and Ashley Davidson all scored for EHRS to maintain their eight-point advantage. Mark Nathan’s double, along with John Perloff and Ilan Cohen strikes replied for Tigers.

Dean Ingram’s goal was enough to give Temple Fortune a 1-0 victory over Brady B.

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